CAPIC Workforce Development


CAPIC's Revere Gateway Initiative Workforce Development/Job Training Center provides local low-income residents with direct resources to assess their job skills, and referrals to job training resources. The primary goal of the program is to enhance the employability of low-income residents who are under employed or unemployed. The project addresses gaps in services for low-income residents; making necessary support services not only available to residents but more importantly accessible. The Center is staffed by an experienced assessment counselor, who has an established working relationship with the LARE Training Center and local employers. The LARE Training Center, a division of American Training, Inc., hosts DESE Adult Basic Education classes two times per week at the Revere Center, with 45 individuals enrolled.

  • Provide vital job readiness services and training to unemployed individuals
  • Assist low income individuals gain employment
  • Outreach to clients to identify barriers to employment
  • Outreach to local agencies and businesses to identify potential job opportunities in the local area
  • Employment counseling and case management to unemployed or under employed low-income residents
  • Referrals to all CAPIC programs, including emergency assistant services, fuel assistance and child care
  • FREE career awareness workshops and training

During the past year, CAPIC formally partnered with the Chelsea Housing Authority (CHA) to provide workforce development services for CHA residents who are residing in Federal Family Developments (MACE & SCHRIVANO) and participating in the Family Self-Sufficiency Program. CAPIC, CHA, and LARE Training Center/American Training, Inc. are working together to provide basic computer classes, advanced computer classes, and job readiness classes for CHA residents. CAPIC facilitates the Basic Computer Classes.

Program Location

Irene O'Connell Community Center (rear of building)
65 Nahant Ave
Revere, MA 02151

Contact information

Sonia Rivera, Project Coordinator
(781) 629-2608